It's like something out of a Jean-Michel Jarre album. When listening to this album, I notice the sci-fi sounds, the machine-like noises and a beat from time to time, but no melody. Not that there's anything wrong with the music, but it's... different. After a few listens I decided to make "Mémoires paramoléculaires" as part of my collection of electronic music.
The best way to listen to the whole album is without interruption. Normally, there would be no silence in between the tracks. I used the right kind of software so that there would be no silence between the tracks.
I may not be good at French, but I manage to come up with English translations by using a French to English translator. The name of the album might translate to "Paramolecular Memoirs". You would notice a few English words in the track listing as well as those that you may easily make out (i.e., "Hypnose", "Vue - Eclipse"). Here are the translations I come up with on the following tracks:
1. Loop Diffusion
3. Human Factor (Contour Line)
9. Artificial Song
11. Ultratonic Equipment
12. Conclusion to Silence
Oh, by the way, you might as well add "Montage A" and "B". Those are the exclusive tracks you could add to "Paramolecular Memoirs". Might as well keep them separate from the 12 tracks. Here's where you can find them: